Project ID - TIS000934
The Tuned In Project - Participation in the running and organising of music and creative showcase events. Working with young people and adults with Learning Disabilities.

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Project offered at

The Tuned In Project
BT48 0GL


Philip Conn

Student Skills

Music, Creative Arts

Expected Pupil Outcomes

· Achievement of OCN qualifications in the Creative Arts and Life Skills · Participation in the running and organising of music and creative showcase events · Promotion of awareness of young people with a learning disability. · Improve their skills, knowledge, self esteem and self worth to increase opportunities for further education, training or employment.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

· Increase awareness of disability · Increased communication skills and confidence · Increased understanding of the use of creative arts in improving outcomes for young people with a learning disability. · Increased skills and abilities to deliver courses in creative media · Increased skills in supporting the organisation of high quality inclusive music events.

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